Matt and Pete are back to discuss the news of the week including: a new WA bus route, Moon Dog makes a recall and CUB apologises for ring pull caps.
A new bus route on Perth’s outskirts has proven a WA university study was on the correct path with its claim that beer travel could pave a road to recovery for the State’s ailing tourism sector.
WA’s Gage Roads is targeting an extensive eastern states expansion with a brewery and taproom to be in place in a major interstate city within 18 months.
Tapped by Otherside, by Otherside Brewing Co, is an advocacy program for WA’s creative industries and independent talent.
Black Brewing Co’s home Wilyabrup near Margaret River has been joined by a distillery and a winery to create the Caves Road Collective.
The West Australian Brewers Association is encouraging venues to tap their kegs with the best local brews and get involved in the 16th annual WA Beer Week.
Mash Brewing in Western Australia has two opportunities available for a Head Brewer and a Production Brewer.
Perth Royal Beer Show chief judge Sean Symons is poised to open a state-of-the-art brewery in partnership with West Australian publicans, Gastev Group Collective.
Brett Stubbs introduces us to Western Australia’s Bickley Valley Brewery and its creator of Bradley Harris…
An Australian tourism campaign sees craft beer and food matching being shown off to the world…